Pink Sunrise Grape Hyacinth (Muscari ‘Pink Sunrise’)
Pink Sunrise Grape Hyacinth
Pink Sunrise Grape Hyacinth (Muscari ‘Pink Sunrise’) makes for a fabulous addition to any yard, especially in regions with colder winters. This specimen has classic Muscari Grape-shaped florets arranged to make a tower on top of a strong and sturdy stem. You’ll love the unique look as well as its resistance to deer and other wildlife!
These scented little spring-flowering blooms are lovely in little bouquets and nosegays, and outdoors feed some of the earliest emerging pollinators! Force these little bulbs indoors for a winter treat that is sure to brighten the winter doldrums. Try using a special forcing vase or grow them in a cloister on the dining table or coffee table.
This whimsical flower was named the 2019 Flower Bulb of the Year in its group, and it’s not hard to see why! All this beauty in compact 6 inches-tall clumps of adorable flowering bulbs! Each small bulb produces a single bloom. Hardy and low-maintenance throughout USDA growing zones 3 to 9 and shining in the full sun. These fast-growing little perennial bulbs are among the first to arrive on the scene!
Use Pink Sunrise Grape Hyacinth for mass displays or in smaller clumps. You and all your neighbors will love them either way! Even container gardeners can enjoy these darling little blooms. Perfectly sized to tuck into your planters and patio pots.
Line your garden beds and with early spring, fragrant edging or popping up throughout your Rock gardens and Perennial beds. Also perfectly sized for indoor gardening and balconies! Muscari multiply rapidly yet politely, so are an excellent selection for naturalizing! Why not mix drifts of pink and blue together in the same planting by pairing Pink Sunset and other Muscari like Ocean Magic?
Preferring full sun, Muscari handles part shade in warmer growing zones of 3-9. Grape Hyacinth prefers all types of soil as long as it’s well-drained soil. Add bulb fertilizer to each hole for best results. For indoors, force in a bright yet indicted sun location for the strongest stems and foliage. Deadhead after bloom if desired. These tender perennials appreciate cover by later emerging garden plants and will die back in summer until next year. Prune back the flowers after they fade, and leave the greenery to make food for the bulb. Then after the foliage yellows, you can prune it back to the ground. Store forced bulbs in a cool, dark location.
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|Common name||Pink Sunrise Grape Hyacinth|
|Botanical name||Muscari 'Pink Sunrise'|
|Pruning time||After Foliage Yellows|